Indesec 2010

  • Type: International security
  • 6 - 8 Sep, 2010
  • New Delhi, India
  • Hall 18, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India
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Homeland security event, INDESEC Expo 2010, a grand success

INDESEC showcased latest technologies for homeland & border security, maritime security etcOver 100 exhibitors Over 50 speakers, panellists & chairmen Over 2,000 attendeesThe third edition of INDESEC Expo establishes itself as the platform for global home security solution providers to gather and address solutions for the Indian government. INDESEC took place from 6-8 September, 2010 in New Delhi.The event was well attended by all sectors of the homeland security industry and early repor...

General Dynamics UK joins the ever-growing list of exhibitors at homeland security event, INDESEC 2010

General Dynamics is an expert in border surveillance technology and VESPer, its 3D mapping technology, among othersInforma Exhibitions India, in association with ASSOCHAM, will be hosting INDESEC Expo 2010, India's only major exhibition and conference dedicated to Homeland Security, at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 6th - 8th September 2010. Officially supported by the Ministry of Home Affairs, this event will consist of a 3-day exhibition, a 2-day high level conference and VIP cocktai...

Homeland Security event, INDESEC 2010, backed by United States India Business Council

INDESEC 2010 will showcase solutions from homeland & border security and maritime securityINDESEC, India's only dedicated exhibition and conference addressing Indian homeland security wins the support and backing of The United States India Business Council (USIBC).The USIBC is the premier business advocacy organisation, comprising of America's and India's top-tier companies, whose chief aim is to deepen two-way trade and strengthen commercial ties. The USIBC was formed in 1975 at the request...

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